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Go Cry On Somebody Tabs (ver.1)

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Go Cry On Somebody Tabs (ver.1)

Zappa Frank
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                Go Cry On Somebody Else's Shoulder


Straight strumming is best for this song. The verse sounds good with a
little arpeggiation, but this is a pretty straightforward tune. Kinda
doo-wop like (real Frankie Vallie stuff, here).

[Prologue]

G
A year ago today
Em
Was when you went away
C
But now you come back knocking on my door
D
And you say you're back to stay, but I say


[Chorus 1]
G  Em      C               D
Go cry on somebody else's shoulder
G            Em
I'm somewhat wiser now
C                  D
And one whole year older
G            Em
I sure don't need you now
C       D           G     Em C D7
I don't love you anymore

[Chorus 2]
G              Em
You cheated me baby
    C               D
And told some dirty lies about me
G                             Em
Fooled around with all those other guys
C                   D
That's why I had to set you free
G            Em
I sure don't need you now
C       D           G     C G G7
I don't love you anymore


[Verse]
C
A year ago today
Cm
You went away
G                             G7
And now you come back crying, crying darling to me
C
I don't need you
Cm
No I don't love you anymore
A7                     D7
So go lean on, go cry, on somebody else's door

[chorus 1]

C
Go ahead and cry
Cm
Go ahead and let the tears fall out oy your eyes
G
Let 'em fall on your dress
G7
Who cares if it makes a mess
C
I gave you my high school ring
Cm
At the rootbeer stand
A7
We had a teenage love, baby
  D7
I thought it was sharp it was really so grand, but

[chorus 2]
(change line from "That's why I had to set you free" to "That's
why I had to get my khaki's pressed")

repeat chorus chords and fade while blubbering about how much you love this
woman.
            
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